Monday, May 24, 2010

All the Transport information to get to the WC 2010 Cape Town Stadium in Green Point here

Cape Town will offer visitors and residents safe and easily accessible public transport during the 2010 FIFA World Cup™. Rail, bus and other existing services i.e. metered taxis and car rental will cater for a wide variety of transport requirements, and will ensure that the Cape Town Stadium, the FIFA Fan Fest™ and the public viewing areas are adequately served.

Event-related public transport will be added to the regular public transport system i.e. an airport shuttle to the Cape Town International Airport, a stadium shuttle to the Cape Town Stadium and Bus & Rail Park and Ride services. Travel around the city will be served by an inner city transport service.

Find all this information here

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  1. and (please forgive the blatant advertising...?) the transport systems are also fully accessible (whether IRT, or the shuttle from the civic centre).

    BTW, just in from a launch of 'another' book on Cape Town Stadium - between the lines. It is a book put together by the lead SA Architects on the story behind the design & build of the Stadium. Very well put together, and some fascinating insights.

  2. Cape Town and South Africa has completely renovated itself for the FIFA 2010 world cup. New airport, increased public transport, better hotel services and its all famous tourist attractions are in readiness to receive its guests from across the globe.
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